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Programming with Visual Basic.NET

You’re the software creator now! Learn one of the most widely used programming languages (Visual Basic.NET) to create personalized projects. You start with the basics and then launch your creativity with new programming skills to construct your own software! The topics include Visual Basic.NET Integrated Development Environment; building an application in the Visual Basic.NET environment; working with forms and procedures; structures and types of looping; coding techniques; using controls, functions and procedures; debugging; creating executable files; and distributing a Windows Application. This course will empower your creative output of your ideas.

Featured Software​​

Microsoft Visual Studio Express Edition 2016

Who can attend?​​

Students ages 10 through 13 (5th Grade - 8th Grade)

Anyone interested in problem solving, creative and logical thinking, sequencing, puzzles and collaboration with others on programming projects.

Recommended Prerequisites​​​

Basic understanding of PC or Mac operating system.

Schedule

 

June 1 - 11 - Monday to Thursday - Two Weeks

University of Houston-Downtown (Morning Session 9 am to 12 noon)
Faith West School (Morning Session 9 am to 12 noon)
Cornerstone Christian Academy (Afternoon Session - 1 pm to 4 pm)
Nolan Ryan Jr. High School (Morning Session 9 am to 12 noon)

June 15 - 25 - Monday to Thursday - Two Weeks

University of Houston-Downtown (Afternoon Session 1 pm to 4 pm)
Faith West School (Morning Session 9 am to 12 noon)
Cornerstone Christian Academy (Afternoon Session - 1 pm to 4 pm)

June 29 - July 9 - Monday to Friday - Two Weeks

Nolan Ryan Jr. High School (Afternoon Session 1 pm to 4 pm)

 

Tuition: $325 (includes course material, and handouts)

registration typedeadlinetuition
Early-Bird RegistrationOn or Before March 31, 2020
$295
Early RegistrationApril 1, 2020 to May 18, 2020
$305
Regular RegistrationOn or After May 18, 2020
$325

Secure your spot and save on tuition by registering early!

Last updated 1/23/2020 10:13 AM